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From "Nigel Peck - MIS Web Design" <ni...@miswebdesign.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Problems with SSL All of a Sudden
Date Fri, 23 May 2003 17:53:09 GMT
I'm sure there will be a lot better suggestions from others on the list but have you done a
configtest?

apachectl configtest
or
httpsdctl configtest

I was getting a SIGTERM about an hour ago and it was because the Listen and Port directives
were done incorrectly in httpsd.conf.

HTH
Nigel

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel R. Blair [mailto:joecamel@realcoders.org]
> Sent: 23 May 2003 18:43
> To: Apache's HTTPD Mailing List
> Subject: [users@httpd] Problems with SSL All of a Sudden
> 
> 
> Hi guys,
> 	I am new to the list, but have checked all of the FAQs, etc. and
> cannot seem to figure out what is wrong.
> 
> 	We have been running Apache2 2.0.43 for quite some time now, with
> SSL and a valid certificate for doing credit card processing, et al.
> 
> 	As of yesterday, a user called and said that they could not
> complete a credit card transaction.  I checked everything, and we just
> rebooted the server (RH 7 I believe) remotely to see if that fixed
> anything because we were in a hurry to get it fixed (read: my boss was
> freaking out and troubleshooting wasn't an issue, so the command to reboot
> the box was given.) Now, after a reboot, when trying to access
> https://domain.com/anything.html or .jsp immediately returns with a
> browser error that it cannot connect to the server.
> 
> 	Nothing was changed in the config file(s), and nothing abnormal is
> in the log files AT ALL, no errors, no nothing.. just "recevied SIGTERM,
> shuttdown.. and Starting Up, resuming Operations normally" so.. at this
> point I am pulling my hair out as to what could have happened and why this
> all of a sudden just stopped working.
> 
> 	Now, I asked my boss if his certificate had expired, and then he
> informed me that on April 30th he received an email stating he had 90 days
> to re-new the certificate, which would mean we still had over 2 months to
> re-new (unless verisign messed up or something), but, to my knowledge,
> even an expired certificate would just give the user, via their browser,
> an error/informative message that the certificate had expired and ask
> whether or not to continue.. I see no reason why it would stop responding
> COMPLETELY to https requests...
> 
> 	I've tried telneting to port 443 and get no response...
> 
> 	Does anyone have any clue as to what may have happened and/or
> perhaps WHY?  This is just totally baffling me as to what the problem
> could be, and, why a reboot wouldn't fix it.. given that nothing was
> modified configuration wise (which by the way, apachectl -t reports syntax
> is OK.)  Just FYI, Apache *IS* connected to Tomcat using mod_jk connector
> and all is fine with it, but again, no https/SSL requests are being server
> AT ALL..
> 
> Any and all help will be GREATLY appreciated guys.
> 
> Thanks alot,
> 
> Danny
> 
>                            = Daniel Blair =
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